New Jenway Micro-Volume Probes

Designed for the accurate and reliable measurement of solutions in volumes as low as 150μl.

By | June 6, 2014

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New micro-volume probes from Jenway are designed for the accurate and reliable measurement of solutions in volumes as low as 150μl.

The micro-volume probes are available in two variants - the 4mm probe with a 120mm reach and the 6mm probe has a 180mm reach. The specific designs of each of the probes ensure their suitability for use in test tubes and small vessels, while the small shaft diameters allow for accurate readings in sample volumes as small as 150µl and 200µl respectively. Both probes are made from glass and can be used with any of the bench conductivity meters supplied by Jenway.

The new probes are the latest addition to Jenway’s extensive selection of conductivity equipment, designed to suit all kinds of laboratories and applications.

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Jenway Micro-volume Conductivity Probes

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Jenway's micro-volume probes are designed for the measurement of solutions in small containers.

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